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THE MORXIXG OKEGOXTA, TntTKSDAY, OCTOUETC 2, 1915.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Prlntlnr-Room Main UTO. A SM5
City Circulation Main 7070. A 05
Managing Editor Main T070, A 0IS
Sunday Editor Main 7070. A 6095
Composlns-Roozn Hals. 7970, A
Superintendent Building. .. .Main 7070. A (003
HEILIO THEATER (Elarenth and Morri
son) Kitty Gordon In the light opera,
"Th Enchantress." Tonight at 8:16,
ORPHEUM THEATER (Broadway and Tay
ior) Vaudeville. Thin afternoon at 1:11
and tonight at t:l.
BAKER THEATER (Broadway and Morri
son.) Baker Players In "Hawthorne, U.
S. A." Tonight at 8:15.
PANTAGE3 THEATER (Broadway and Al
der) Vaudeville. This afternoon at 1:15
and tonight at 7:S0 and .
EMPRESS THEATER (Broadway and Tara
hlll) Vaudeville. Tola afternoon at J:l
and tonight at 7:10 and i.
I.TRIC THEATER CFourth and etark)
lluilcal comedy, "The Hustling Mr.
Hustle." This afternoon at 2:13 and to
night at 6:80 to 10:45 o'clock.
PEOPLE'S. STAR, ARCADE, OH JOT.
TIVOLI AND CRYSTAL First-run plo
tures. 11 A. M. to It P. M.
COLUMBIA THEATER (Sixth and Wash
ington) Continuous tlrst-run pictures
GLOBE THEATER (Eleventh and Wash
ington) Continuous first-run motion pic
tures. RECREATION PARK (Twenty-fourth and
Vaughn.) Baseball. Portland vs. Oak
land. This afternoon at 8.
New Carlutb to Railroad Bridge.
Oregon street Is being improved from
Union avenue to the entrance of the
railroad bridge and double streetcar
tracks are being laid on this street,
giving- entrance from Union avenue to
the railroad bridee. Also. East First is
being paved from Holladay avenue to
-regon street ami a single car track
has been put down in this street con
necting -with the Wlllams-avenue line.
On Oregon street the deep cut extend
ing down to the railroad yards Is being
filled up to grade preparatory for the
improvement on Oregon. The concrete
foundation for East First street pave
ment has been finished. The tracks on
Oregon and East First will provide the
streetcar company a more direct en
trance to the railroad bridge for the
Union-avenue cars. With the improve
ment of Oregon street there will be
access to the bridge from Union ave
nue by the general public.
Exhibits Goino to Chicago. Countv
fairs that have been held in different
parts of Oregon recently will help fur-
usn tne cispiays not only for the State
Fair in Salem, but will contribute
largely to the Oregon exhibit in the
Chicago Land Show. Both the Polk
County Fair and the Yamhill County
rair nave sent tne Dest or their ex
hibits to the State Fair, and immediate
ly after its close the exhibits will be
sent to Portland to be utilized by the
Portland Commercial Club in making
tip its Land Show exhibit. The exhibits
from the Morrow County fair will be
sent directly to the Conrmercal Club
for the Land Show. Other communi
ties that are contributing largely to
tne Land bhow displays are Seaside,
Baker and Ontario.
School Teachers Plait Reception.
Superintendent Alderman and Mrs.
Alderman will be guests of honor at a
reception to be given in the Washing
ton High School gymnasium Friday
night, under the auspices of the Port
land Educational Association. All of
the teachers and the members of the
Board of Education are invited. This
is the first reception by the school
teachers that has been given to the
new superintendent Members of the
committee are: Mrs. Watson, of the
Kern school; Miss Donohoe, of the Shat.
tuck school; Omar Blttner, of the
Washington High School; Miss Crelgh
ton, of the Rose City Park school,
and MIbs Peterson, of the Failing
Lents Club to Meet. The Lents
Commercial and Civic Club will meet
Friday night at Seward's hall to con
sider the Interstate bridge project, loca
tion of the proposed branch library,
street grades and electric lights. L.
M. Lepper, of the East Side Business
Men's Club, will give an illustrated
lecture on the Panama Canal, where he
passed a year as railroad master.
Henry Crass, president of the Van
couver Commercial Club, will Bpeak on
the interstate bridge, and there will be
other talks on the brldsre crolect. ,U1
Interested are promised an evening f
Ninth Ward Association to Meet.
Williams-avenue and Vancouver-avenue
business men, residents and property
holders have been requested to attend
tne meeting of the Ninth Ward Protec
tive Association in the auditorium of
the Aiblna Branch Library. 350 Knott
street, tonight at 8 o'clock, at which
time will be discussed the ques
tion of approaches to the proposed
.rortianovancouver bridge, the audi
torlum on the East Side, and the open
ing oi Aflams street.
New Stamp Window to Open. An
additional stamp window was opened
in the Postoffice yesterday to relieve
the congestion at the regular itimn
windows and to add to the convenience
with which people transact their
parcel post business. The new window
will be situated in the east side of the
corridor directly across from the parcel
post window and will be near at hand
for people who desire to have their
parcels weighed and stamped In the
Commissioner to Fight Planned
Stable. That the City Commission has
tne power to prohibit the erection of
stables in residence districts is the
substance of an opinion written
by City Attorney LaRoche for
City Commissioner Bigelow. The
opinion was occasioned by a protest
from residents in the vicinity of East
Tenth and East Oak streets who are
protesting against the erection of a
large stable there. City Commissioner
Bigelow says he will oppose the project.
Earlt Storb Closing to Bb Argued.
The question of early closing of
stores In the city will be argued before
the Retail Merchants' Association at a
dinner to be held .Tuesday. October 7.
Father OHara, of the Industrial Com
mission, will speak in the affirmative
and will be opposed by W. P. Olds, of
Olds, Wortman & King. Following
the argument a general discussion of
the subject in which all members may
participate will be held.
Los Angeles Official, on Vis it Herb.
John W. Snowden, a member of the
City Council of Los Angeles was a
visitor In Portland yesterday. During
his visit be called on Mayor Albee and
Was shown through the Police and Fire
Departments, in which utilities he is
particularly Interested In Los Angeles.
being chairman of the committee on
East Seventh-Street Fill Nzars
Completion. The Oil across the ravine
on East Seventh street. Central East
Portland, is being completed. Material
for this fill comes from the basement
of buildings and debris from all sources.
It is the last fill to be made in Cen
tral East Portland, east of Grand ave
nue. Lumber for Sale for Cash. All on
the railroad track at Holbrook, Or.:
89,648 feet of ties, 7x8x8; 104.412 feet
of ties, 7x9x8; also, 348,302 feet of
doorstock and stepping. For particulars
see Chester V. Dolph, 303 Mohawk
bldg., city. Adv.
One-Third Your Life in Bed!
Make that third comfortable and rest
ful by keeping your mattresses and
pillows renovated. Portland Curled
Hair Mattress Factory, 15th and Love
Joy sts. Phones: Main 224, A 1374. Adv.
Leaving Cm. My Irvington home
sacrificed at real bargain. Terms $50
a month. Owner, AC 404, Oregonlan
Jewelrt Salesmen Wanted. None
but first-class, experienced men need
apply. Aronson's. Adv.
DR. A. E. King moved to 861-352
Morgan bldg. Phones: Main 888, A 3045.
Dr. W. Arnold Lindset removed to
E01-502 Morgan bldg. Adv.
Dr. Biersdorf, Morgan bldg. Adv. J
Court Asked to Settle Estate. Suit
has been filed by the children of
James Mallett, who died at the Salem
Asylum last March, asking that deeds,
bills of sale and gifts made by their
father shortly before he died be set
aside and the property purported to
have been passed by the Instruments
be turned over to Alexander Bern
stein as receiver of the court, that
debts against the estate might be set
tled. John Mallett and Millie Mallett
are named defendants. Property In
Sellwood addition and on the Coast, a
diamond ring, valued at $350; a watch
and chain, valued at 8200; a 8300 piano
and other personal property to the
value of 81000 are alleged to have been
District Wants Streetcar Line. On
the advice of Commissioner Daly,
petitions are being circulated in the
district between the Rose City Park
and the Montavllla car line out to the
city limits, asking the City Commis
sioners to require the streetcar com
pany to construct a streetcar line in
that district. The East Eighty
Second Street Improvement Club un
dertook to get a carline on Halsey
street and the Barr road and raised a
bonus of 816,500 to assist in paying
the cost of the line, but has made little
progress. These petitions are directed
to the City Commissioners, and not to
the streetcar company.
Port President Will Talk. Dr. Al
fred Kinney, of Astoria, president of
the Ports of the Columbia, will address
the Realty Board tomorrow at noon
on the Columbia River and the move
ment, under way for deepening the
channel and Improving the mouth of
the river. The Progressive Business
Men's Club will postpone Its regular
meeting today and will Join with the
Realty Board tomorrow. A. H. Averlll,
president of the Chamber of Com
merce, will be chairman of the meet
ing. The meeting will be held in the
main dining-room of the Portland Com
mercial Club at 12:15 o'clock.
Students Visit Hotel Kitchen. Miss
Alpha L, Dlmlck, principal, and Miss
Wilson, assistant, of the Brooklyn
school, accompanied by the ninth
grade pupils, visited the culinary de-
Dartment of the Portland Hotel yes
terday afternoon after 4 o'clock and
insDected the kitchen, pantries, store
rooms, refrigerators, bakeshopa and
other parts of the kitchen in order to
learn how the guests of a large notei
are provided for. It was a trip of in
terest and profit to the pupils. The
invitation to make the visit came from
N. K. Clark, assistant manager.
Seid Back Defendant. Seid Back,
prominent Chinese merchant of Port
land, was made delendant in a siu,
000 libel suit filed yesterday in the
County Clerk's office by Anna Dell
wins:. The nlaintiff charges the Chi
nese with having called her a "thief
and liar" and accused her of stealing
a tent, all of which she says is not
true. The defamation Is alleged to
have occurred in a hopyard near In
Christian Science Lecture. An au
thoriaed lecture on Christian Science
will be delivered tonight and tomor
row night at 8 P. M. in First Church
of Christ. Scientist. Nineteenth and
Everett streets, at 8 P. M- by Pro
fessor Hermann S. Herlng. C. S. B.
member of the board of lectureship of
the Mother Church, the First Church
of Christ. Scientist, in Boston. Mass.
The public is Invited. Adv.
Name of Company Changed. Sup
plementary articles of Incorporation,
changing the name of the Rubin
MaJlorv Comtianv to Insurance Service
Comnanv were filed In the office of
the County Clerk yesterday. The
chancre of name was authorised at
meeting of the stockholders held this
week. The . articles filed yesterday
were signed by Benjamin W. Rubin, A.
Seelig and Carl Mallory
Factort Men to Talk Wages. To
consider the proper wage scale for
women engaged as apprentices In fac
tories the Industrial Welfare Commls
slon yesterday arranged to hold i
conference of factory proprietors and
workers in the Commission's oriice
October 8. A conference to deal with
waees. hours and working conditions
of women employed in laundries will
be held October 9.
Howell Held in Los Angeles. In
formation of the arrest of Joseph
Howell in Los Angeles was received
at the District Attorney's office yes
terdav. Howell, who was formerly sec
retarv and treasurer of the Portland
Labor Temple, is charged with having
embezzled 8600 of the funds In his
keen inn:. An officer will be sent to
the Southern city to bring Howell
Parent - Teachers' Association to
Meet. The regular monthly meeting
of the Parent-Teachers' Association will
he held at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon
in lecture-room A of the new Central
Librarv. Important business will be
discussed and addresses will be given
bv Miss Emma Wold and Superintend
ent Alderman. Not only officers, but
all persons Interested will be welcome.
Mrs. Shipman Seeks Divorce. Di
vorce from Charles Wallace Shipman,
11000 alimony and a half Interest in
the hotel business at 147 y, Second
street and a half interest in the fur
niture is asked by Mrs. Anna Ship-
man In a suit filed in the County
Clerk's office yesterday. Mrs. Shipman
alleges cruelty and Inhuman treatment
East Side Club Meets. The East
Side Business Mens Club will hold its
resrular meeting tonight in the club
rooms of the Clifford Hotel, East Sixth
and East Morrison streets, to consider
municipal ownership of a street rail
way svstem for Portland, erection of
a public market on the Market block
on the West side, ana otner Dusiness.
Grocery Concern Incorporated. The
Rose City Grocery, a retail firm.
doing business at 1633 Sandy road, has
lncorDorated witn capital slock oi
83000. Articles of Incorporation were
filed In the County Clerk's office yes
terday. The Incorporators are Mary jr.
Spencer, Laura S. Helm and George J.
Night Trades School to Open.
Announcement was made yesterday
that the night trades school to be held
in conjunction with the public night
schools will open October 13. All kinds
of trades which have been a part of
the night courses heretofore will be
included in the list this year.
Wcodlawn Folk to Meet. The
first meeting of the Parent-Teachers'
Association, of Woodlawn, will be held
Friday at 2:30 P. M., at the Wood
lawn school. This will be a get-
together meeting for the purpose of
discussing matters of importance.
For Sale. A 45-horsepower, 550-volt.
Crocker-Wheeler motor, complete with
standard blade Btarter, no voltage re
lease and 75-ampere over-load I-T-E
circuit break. In A-l condition. Ad
dress room 203 Oregonlan bldg. Adv.
Housing Problems in Portland.
Miss Caroline Gleason will speak on
this subject at 2 P. M. today at the
Unitarian Chapel, Broadway and Yam
hill streets. The public is respectfully
For Salb. One 126-volt, direct-
current generator, complete with field
rheostat, ammeter and circuit breaker.
This machine Is in good repair. Ad
dress room 203 Oregonlan bldg. Adv.
For Sale. A 40-K. W, BOO-volt,
Crocker-Wheeler generator, complete
with field rheostat and circuit breaker,
in good condition. Address room 203
Oregonlan bldg. Adv.
Patton Home Association to Meet.
The regular monthly business meet
ing of the Patton Home Association
will be held at the home Friday at
10:30 A. M.
Have your automobile repaired at the
Y. M. C. A. garage. Work guaran
teed; prices reasonable. East 10th
and East Mill streets. Phone " East
Hotel Lenox, Third and Main, makes
the best rates in the city to perma
nent guests. Adv.
Dr. C. O. Young, returned from
Chicago. Suite 735 to 738 Morgan
with other methods
have caused prospec
tive home buyers to
favor the Guaranteed
Certificate of Title is
sued by this company.
It furnishes protection
that protects. Investi
gate. Call for booklet.
Title & Trust Co., 4th
and Oak. .
Policb Investigate Robbery. Deteo.
tive Captain Baty is investigating the
burglary by two unmasked robbers at
555 East Yamhill street Tuesday after
noon. Mrs. M. M. Moore, who occupies
the apartment that was broken into,
says that when she opened the door
she was confronted by two men, one of
whom thrust a revolver into her lace.
He forced her to step Into a closet with
her child. When she heard the front
door close she came from the closet and
telephoned to her husband. She found
that the robbers had only taken
Mrs. Locke Gets Divorce. Circuit
Judge McGinn yesterday granted a
divorce to Mrs. Alexander Locke on
the ground of cruelty. He also gave her
the Custody of the minor children. 830
monthly alimony, a small tract of land
near Lents and restrained Locke from
Interfering with his divorced wife and
her children. Mr. and Mrs. Locke were
married 1n Wisconsin In 1884. Twenty
four years later Mrs. Locke secured a
divorce from her husband, but re
married him when he promised to mend
Woman Carried From Car Dibs
Whlle riding on a St. Johns car yes
terday afternoon, Mrs. Jennie R
Brownell, 459 Baldwin avenue, became
suddenly 111 and died as she was car
ried into a drug store at Killlngsworth
and Williams avenues. Heart trouble
is believed to be the cause of death
Mrs. Brownell was 52 years old and had
resided in Portland several years. She
leaves two daughters, Mrs. Jennie Mc
Kalson, of Portland, and Miss Olive
Brownell, who is a teacher in the Jef
ferson high school.
Thb Hotel Cornelius is quoting very
attractive monthly rates on a limited
number of rooms. Adv.
WEST ASKS CONVENTION
PORTLAND A XT) SEATTLE AFTER
TAX GATHERING FOR 1914.
Charles H. Shields and Charles V.
Galloway Are to Deliver Ad
dresses at Buffalo.
Charles H. Shields, former secretary
of the Oregon Equal Taxation League,
who besides being vice-president of the
Spokane Grain Company, of Seattle, is
president of the Washington Equal
Taxation League, yesterday informed
Orton E. Goodwin, secretary of the Or
egon Equal Taxation League, by long
distance telephone that he would be
the Washington delegate to the Na
tional tax conference at Buffalo and
intended to make a determined effort
to bring the next year's convention to
Mr. Shields has secured indorsements
from all the commercial bodies of the
Pacific Coast, including Portland, in
his attempt to bring the big National
tax gathering to Seattle.
At the same time Charles V. Gallo
way, State Tax Commissioner for Ore
gon, who is an Oregon delegate, plans
to bring the convention to Portland.
Both men believe that the convention
will investigate the attempt to Impose
single tax in Oregon and Washington
and may take action thereon.
Both Mr. Shields and Mr. Galloway
are to deliver addresses at the confer
ence, while Mr. Shields has been in
vited to address commercial bodies all
over the East.
Commissioner Galloway has been
sounding out" officers of the confer
ence and has learned that the body Is
quite willing to consider a Western
CITY SURVEYS ARE DESIRED
Commissioner Dieck Will Ask for
Appropriation to Provide Data.
Complete surveys of the city to se
cure accurate street locations and ele
vations will be made next year If the
City Commission adopts a recommenda
tion to be made in the annual budget
of Commissioner Dieck.
Mr. Dieck will ask for $4000 to pay
the cost of making accurate bench ele
vations In various parts of the city;
$1000 to make a trlangulatlon survey
to secure a baBls for street locations;
$3000 for the cost of a survey of the
underground structures; $1500 for a
survey of the general sewer system
in the Peninsula districts; $10,000 for
the removal of dangerous curves and
Successful Oregon Institutions
Reflect credit on
rCOIl f C
is the only company "Exclusively Oregon" and
is admitted to be one of the most successful in
the United States.
Best for Oregonians
Before you sign an application for Life Insur
ance in any other company, examine our supe
rior policy contracts and lower premium rates.
Home Office, Corbett Building1, Fifth and Morrison, Portland
A. L. MILLS
AFTER the con
cert or the play
you'll find cozy
comfort at The Portland
Grill; there's a delicious
after-theater menu. The
oysters now are especially
fine and tempting.
Herr Lind and the
orchestra play through
out the evening.
Autumn days are shop
ping days shoppers find
our afternoon teas a de
lightful part of the day's
diversions. A dainty and
refreshing menu, with
Owned and Operated by
THB PORTLAND HOTEL CO.,
G. J. KAUFMAN!.
N. K. CLARKE,
Imperfect alignments in streets; $1000
for the preparation of a map showing
how and when the streets of the city
were acquired for street purposes; 11500
for the widening of the driveway into
the Fifth street entrance to the City
Hall; 30,000 for changing curbing on
Intersections; $1000 for erection of city
At present th9 surveys upon which
engineering calculations have to be
made are said to be imperfect.
VERDICT EXPECTED TODAY
W. O. Hoffman Sues for $20 00 In
sura nee Policy on Wife's Iife.
The suit of William C. Hoffman
against the National Council of
Knights and Ladles of Security, in
which the plaintiff is seeking to col
lect $2000 Insurance was heard in
Judge McGinn's court yesterday. All
the evidence and the arguments wero
heard and a vertilct Is expected when
court opens this morning.
The $2000 insurance was Issued to
Mr. Hoffman's wife, who died several
months ago in California. The orde
resisted payment of the insurance on
the ground that Mrs. Hoffman misrep
resented her age at the time the policy
was issued and for the further reason
that it learned after Mrs. Hoffman's
death that her life had been such as
would make her policy void. Hoffman
allesres that after he and his wife sep
arated more than a year before her
ideath. he. as beneficiary of the policy,
continued to pay the premiums as tney
RIGHT ANGLE CURBS TO GO
Commissioner Dieck Has Method to
Facilitate Traffic of Vehicles.
Elimination of all right-angle side
walk cuTblng at street Intersections to
Increase the street area is a plan which
is to be worked out throughout the city
next vear by City Commissioner DlecK
In his annual budget provision Is made
for an appropriation or $30,000 to oe
frav the cost.
Bv cutting back from the center 3
feet the street surface is increased, and
It is made far easier for vehicular trar
flc In all improvements now under
way the new form of curbing is to be
used. A total or via intersecxions win
be changed next year.
LUNCH WOMAN'S EXCHANGE
SDanlsh omelet, chipped beef on
toast, steamed black cod, boiled. New
England dinner, orange ana nut saiaa,
cocoanut cream pie, queen of puddings.
186 Fifth street Adv.
Week-End Train Withdrawn.
The Summer week-end train to Tilla
mook County beaches, via the S. P.
leaving Portland Saturday afternons
and returning from Tillamook Sunday
evenings, has been withdrawn. Adv.
CARD OP THANKS..
We wish to extend our sincere thanks
to our manv rrlenas wno so kindly
assisted us in .our late bereavement of
MR AND MRS. CARL R. WALSTROM.
CARD OF THANKS.
I wish to ' thank our many friends
for their kindness and sympathy in
this hour of bereavement.
Adv. WM. A. HANSEN.
Use common sense, buy Superior coal,
$6 a ton. Main 154, A 1541. Adv.
Oregon and bring prosperity
C. S. SAMUEL
Sensational Sale of
Our entire collection, from the smallest mat
to carpets 20 feet long, personally selected by
us for people of discriminating and refined
taste, including exquisite Silk Keshans and
We guarantee every rug we
sell to bs Less in Price than
th? same can be bought for in
this city under any conditions.
Our entire stock proportionately reduced.
We cite a few examples.
Mahal, 12x9 : $165 9 94
Montaza, 12.3x9.3 $210 118
Khiva Bokhara, 10.6x7.0..: $120 $72
Khiva Bokhara, 16.6x11.2 $385 248
Royal Sarouk, 12x9 $390 255
Royal Kirmanshah, 12x9 $310 195
Royal Kirmanshah, 15.4x11 $575 387
You can select your rugs here at your leisure, and if not entirely satisfied after placing them in your
home, we cheerfully return you your money. Every rug we sell guaranteed absolutely dependable, irrespec
tive of the price As our regular prices are always the lowest in the city, you can feel assured that this
sale is your real rug buying opportunity, and you owe it to yourself to visit our store and get our prices
473 WASHINGTON STREET
TBI SESSION PLAN
Y. 51. C. A. OF NORTHWEST MLVJT
MEET AT VANCOUVER.
Associations of Oregon, . Washington
and Idaho Likely to Be
State conventions of the Young
Men's Christian Association probably
will srive way tnis year to a Joint con
ventlon of Oregon, Washington and
Idaho. This meeting, according to the
present plan, will be held In Vancou
ver, Wash., In January. It will be the
first time that the associations of the
three states have met in joint confer
C. W. Wilcox, state secretary for
Washington, was in Portland yesterdav
conferring with H. W. Stone, city sec
retary, and I. B. Rhodes, state secre
tary, regarding plans for this meeting
He also visited Vancouver last night
and held a conference with the repre
sentatives of the Vancouver Commer
cial Club. It is expected that organ
ization will make the local arrange
merits as there Is no T. M. C. A. In
The meetin-f probably will be the
fTJR ABILITY as Optom
etrlsts and our ex
perience as Opticians have
given us a degree of me
chanical ability and accur
acy that Is absolutely
necessary if you want your
classes to be of the great
est possible benefit.
Bring your oculist's pre
scription to us we guar
antee accuracy, and,
should your specialist so
advise, we will, for a
period of one year, make
any desired changes with
out extra charge.
We are here to serve
accurately prom ptly
We have our own fac
tory, and carry in stock
ready for immediate deliv
ery any lens or combina
tion thereof In existence.
Broken lenses replaced in
ASK ABOUT OUR EYE
. Optical Company
145 Sixth Street
largest gathering of the Y. M. C. A.
ever held in the Paciflo Northwest. All
branches of the association city, col
lege, railroad and Industrial will be
represented. Vancouver has been se
lected as a convenient meeting place
and also because a good many Vancou
ver citizens are anxious' to have a
Y. M. C. A. organized In that city and
believe that the convention would be
en excellent means of making the peo-i
pie familiar with association work..
Portland's Best Apartment House
S. W. Ccr. Broadway and Jefferson
Elegant unfurnished apartments,
first-class service, heat and hot
SCHOOLS A NO COLI.EC.KS.
Advertising; tliow-card Writing
C.rpcDtr, ?.r',''"l"'? '
t'oncrrte Const. Wireless teltf.
ment. I. Shop Repair
struction. Road Les
A eomlnir Pro-
feKsion Call or
Send for ('Bta
loicue V. M. C.
A., 6th and Tay
School of tae
Winter term begins October 9.
CLASSES in Life Drawing and
Painting-; Elementary Drawing and
Painting; Illustrations; Composi
tion; Sketch; Modeling; Design,
Weaving, Wood-Carving. Special
Saturday and Evening Classes.
For circular apply Museum of Art.
Fifth and Taylor.
Classified advertisements, to re
:elve proper classification In the
next day'a Issue of The Oregonlan.
must be In The Oregonlan office be
fore 10 o'clock at night, except Sat
urday. Business office of The Oregonlan
srill be open until 10 o'clock at
night, as usual, and all classified
advertisements for the next day's
issue received too late for proper
classification will be run under
heading TOO LATE TO CLASSIFV.
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Royal Sarouks and Klr
manshahs, choice col
ors, fine weave, aver-
age Blze 4.6x6.6 932toS0 S3T.OOto49
Beet grade Royal Keshan,
average size 6.6x4.6 (200 8 12S
Irans, Serebends, Mosuls,
C a b latans, Kaitki,
Royal and Princess
Bokhara, av. size 7x4 . .930 to R5 S18.00tog38
Beluchlstani, soft and
silky, av. size 6.6x3. .. ,11 to 932 8 6.50togl8
BETWEEN 13TH AND 14TH STREETS
Morrison and Alder
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Walkover Shoes are made for
men and women. From $3.50
to $5.00. $5.50 to $7.00 in the
Right now Is your opportu
nity to secure the World's
Best Makes at a saving of
$100 to $250
We also have some special
bargains in used pianos,
ranging in price from $85 to
$198. $10 down, $6 or more
383 Morrison St.
Opposite Olds, Wortman &
FOOK SANG & CO.
4 Pfne Ft., Portland, Oregon, l'hone A 8770.
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Also gold brace lota, ienot .(mi and bit
buckles In any daln, made to order, with
names or jrood luck Chines characters en
craved thereon. Prices are very reasonable.
Orders promptly executed and sent prepaid
to any part of the U. 8. We are skilled
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